POST-RACING CAREERS

The intelligence, versatility, athleticism and work ethic of retired racehorses makes them ideal for a wide range of equine disciplines. We follow the transition and journey of racehorses from the track to their second career, and celebrate the people behind them including the wonderful work by industry acknowledged horse retrainers to retrain and rehome off-the-track thoroughbreds.

KOKO POPPING CANDY'S SECOND CAREER

KOKO POPPING CANDY'S SECOND CAREER

Koko Popping Candy is a retired racehorse who has teamed up with Olympian Amanda Ross and is now in line for selection for the delayed Tokyo Olympic Games in the equestrian sport of eventing.

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WHERE HORSES FIND A NEW HOME

WHERE HORSES FIND A NEW HOME

Fiona McIntyre has a passion for retraining and rehoming off-the-track thoroughbreds and works tirelessly to ensure former racehorses lead happy, healthy and high achieving lives.

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HOME SWEET REHOME

HOME SWEET REHOME

Trainers are committed to placing their horses in loving, happy homes post-racing. Pippa Warman at Flemington-based stable Ellerton Zahra takes us through their process.

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